Home-based transcranial direct current stimulation plus tracking training therapy in people with stroke: an open-label feasibility study.

Home-based transcranial direct current stimulation plus tracking training therapy in people with stroke: an open-label feasibility study.
Related ArticlesHome-based transcranial direct current stimulation plus tracking training therapy in people with stroke: an open-label feasibility study. J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2018 Sep 18;15(1):83 Authors: Van de Winckel A, Carey JR, Bisson TA, Hauschildt EC, Streib CD, Durfee WK Abstract BACKGROUND: Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is an effective neuromodulation adjunct to repetitive motor training in promoting motor recovery post-stroke. Finger tracking training is motor training whereby people with stroke use the impaired index finger to trace waveform-shaped lines on a monitor. Our aims were to assess the feasibility and safety of a telerehabilitation program consisting of tDCS and finger ... read more
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